I’m working on doing some youtube videos about Auth0, and want to be sure the information I am disseminating is as correct as possible.
I found this past question about whether or not roles are included in the free tier as the pricing indicates they are not.
I’m a bit confused by the answer in the link above because the person asking the question mentioned his free plan was “legacy”. My account is also a couple years old and I am able to access roles. Is this a legacy thing, or is it even for new accounts? I tried signing up for a new account, but it (supposedly) has the extra features for another 22 days, so I can’t test.
Along with the above is the RBAC feature in the API’s included in the free tier after the trial?
My testing shows that not only does RBAC enforce roles but it also enforces permissions added directly to users so that saves some work even if not using roles but instead directly assigning permissions to users.
Finally… from what I’m seeing in the pricing tiers, the free version gets 7,000 external users, but the “developer” plan only gets 1,000 users at the lowest price. Why is there a penalization of 6,000 users for upgrading?